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Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era

Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era is transnational feminist network of scholars, researchers and activists from the global South.

Sextant (disambiguation)

Sextant may refer to: Mural sextant, a non-reflecting, wall-mounted astronomical instrument for measuring the altitude of a celestial object Sextant astronomical, a non-reflecting astronomical instrument for measuring angles Sextant album, by Her ...

Democratic Republic of the Congo–South Sudan border

The Democratic Republic of the Congo–South Sudan border is 714 km in length and runs from the tripoint with the Central African Republic in the west to the tripoint with the Uganda in the east.

Frederick N. Lawrence

Frederick Newbold Lawrence was an American financier who served as president of the Union Club of the City of New York and president of the New York Stock Exchange.

1981 Maui Pro Tennis Classic

The 1981 Maui Pro Tennis Classic, also known as the Hawaii Open, was a mens tennis tournament played an outdoor hard courts in Maui, Hawaii, in the United States that was part of the 1981 Volvo Grand Prix circuit. It was the eighth edition of the ...

Trojan Horse (disambiguation)

The Trojan Horse, according to legend, was a giant hollow horse in which Greeks hid to gain entrance to Troy. It is used metaphorically to mean any trick or strategy that causes a target to invite a foe into a securely protected place, or to dece ...

Julio and Marisol

Julio and Marisol was a public-service advertising campaign which ran in the New York City Subway from 1989 to 1997. The focus of the campaign was AIDS and safe sex education, specifically urging the use of condoms. It was primarily targeted at y ...

Revolution of Dignity

Revolution of Dignity or Uprising of Dignity may refer to: 2018 Khuzestan protests or the Uprising of Dignity Libyan Revolution of 2011 or Libyan Revolution of Dignity Uprising of dignity in Bahrain in the early 1990s Egyptian revolution of 2011 ...

Peace Tower (disambiguation)

Peace Tower is the name of a number of structures erected in response to wars. Peace Tower at Sennaya Square, Saint Petersburg, Russia Tower of Peace is one of three names used for the Lake Placid Tower in Lake Placid, Florida when it was a touri ...

Deccan (disambiguation)

Deccan means Southern part in ancient India, south of the Satpura and Vindhya ranges. Deccan includes the east and west coasts and plains, the plateau and mountain ranges of the ancient Southern India. Deccan may also refer to:

Daihatsu Taft (kei crossover)

The Daihatsu Taft is a crossover SUV-styled kei car produced by Japanese automaker Daihatsu. It is based on the Daihatsu New Global Architecture platform and replaced the Cast Activa and Sport. It was first introduced at the 2020 Tokyo Auto Salon ...

ICMI

International Congress on Mathematics Education Incoming Calls Management Institute International Conference on Multimodal Interaction Ikatan Cendekiawan Muslim Indonesia International Conference on Machine Intelligence International Conference o ...

List of Peugeot vehicles

The automotive conglomerate PSA has sold a number of vehicle models under its primary marque Peugeot, starting as an independent company under this name in 1896. Many vehicles produced share many components with models from other brands inside an ...

List of AFC Asian Cup hat-tricks

This is a list of hat-tricks in the AFC Asian Cup, that being when a player scores three or more goals in a tournament match of the AFC Asian Cup. Hat-tricks have occurred 18 times across the 17 editions. The first tournament was held in 1956, ho ...

Mohammad Mahdi Jafari

Mohammad Mahdi Jafari is an Iranian karateka, a previous member of National Iranian Karate Team and managing director of 21 st Century Cinematic" Cultural & Artistic Institute”. Jafari set out for his sport activities first in 1978 with Kung fu. ...

Javid Ehsani Shakib

Javid Ehsani Shakib is an Iranian Paralympic athlete competing in discus throw and shot put events. He represented Iran at the 2016 Summer Paralympics and he won the bronze medal in the mens shot put F57 event.

2020 January Friday Prayer, Tehran

Tehrans Friday Prayer on 17 January 2020, was led by Ali Khamenei, Supreme Leader of Iran at Grand Mosalla mosque following times of domestic and international tumultuous, including the US assassination of general Qasem Soleimani, missile attacks ...

Mohammadreza Taheri

Mohammadreza Taheri is an Iranian Maddah known for novel styles and lyrics in his maddahi performance, specially popular among Iranian youth. He normally holds his Heiats in "Hosseinie Fatemeh-al-Zahra s.a" in Tehran.

Operation Geronimo

Operation Geronimo may refer to: Operation Neptune Spear, the May 2011 operation that resulted in the death of Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan Operation Geronimo name controversy, concerning the use of "Geronimo" in the hunt for Osama bin ...

Peregrinatio

Peregrinatio means leaving ones homeland and wandering for the love of God. It can refer to: the Peregrinatio ad Petri Sedem, a papal institution for assistance to pilgrims to Rome and certain other pious sites and events It occurs as or in the t ...

Anemia (film)

Anemia is a 1986 Italian film directed and written by Alberto Abruzzese and Achille Pisanti based on Abruzzeses novelette Anemia. Storia di un vampiro communista. The film was shown at the Venice Film Festival in 1986.

Vittorio Barzoni

Vittorio Barzoni was an Italian author, mainly of anti-Napoleonic tracts during the French occupation of Northern Italy.

Cecilia Alemani

Cecilia Alemani is an Italian curator based in New York City. She is the Donald R. Mullen, Jr. Director & Chief Curator of High Line Art and the Artistic Director of the 59th Venice Biennale in 2021. She previously curated the 2017 Biennales Ital ...

Rialto (disambiguation)

Rialto Beach, a beach on the Pacific Coast of Washington state Rialto, Manhattan, 19th-century theatrical district in New York City Rialto, California, a city in San Bernardino County, California

Giant Wheel

Giant Wheel Hersheypark, an Intamin double wheel which operated from 1973 until 2004 at Hershey, Pennsylvania, US Giant Wheel Moreys Piers, a 47.5-metre 156 ft Vekoma wheel which opened in 1985 at Wildwood, Cape May County, New Jersey, US Giant W ...

War over Water

War over Water Bolivia - also known as the 2000 Cochabamba protests War over Water Jordan river - tensions between Israel and the Arab League in late 1960s over water supply from Jordan river basin Water wars in Florida - water crisis in Florida ...

Caspian Economic Forum

The Caspian Economic Forum is an international economic event aiming to provide a platform for discussion of the issues relating to the creation of conditions for large investment projects for littoral Caspian states. First Forum was held in Avaz ...

2020 Tour de Langkawi

The 2020 PETRONAS Tour de Langkawi was a professional road bicycle racing stage race held in Malaysia from 6 to 14 February 2020. It was the 25th edition of the Tour de Langkawi. The race was rated by the Union Cycliste Internationale as a 2.Pro ...

IWRG La Ruleta de la Muerte Mascaras (2019)

The Mexican professional wrestling promotion International Wrestling Revolution Group produced and scripted La Ruleta de la Muerte Mascaras tournament on December 22, 2018. The show took place in Arena Naucalpan, in Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Me ...

La Metalica

La Metalica is the ring name of a Mexican luchadora enmascarada, or masked female professional wrestler who works for the Mexican professional wrestling promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre portraying a tecnico wrestling character. La Metalic ...

Tlatelolco

Tlatelolco may refer to: Treaty of Tlatelolco, a treaty for the prohibition of nuclear weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean Topos de Tlatelolco, a rescue brigade Tlatelolco archaeological site, an archaeological site in Mexico City, locatio ...

Noordwijk Climate Conference

The Ministerial Conference on Atmospheric Pollution and Climate Change was the first major political climate conference that took place on 6 and 7 November of 1989 at the Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin in Noordwijk, The Netherlands. Attendees included ...

Northern Star

Northern Star, a South Australian newspaper that became The Kapunda Herald Northern Star Chartist newspaper, 1837–1852 Northern Stars: The Anthology of Canadian Science Fiction, a 2017 anthology edited by David G. Hartwell Northern Star newspaper ...

Media controversy

Media controversy may refer to: Censorship Media violence research Controversy Hypodermic needle model Wowserism Media transparency Media influence Public outcry

International Conference on Somali Oil and Gas

A conference was held on 7 February 2019 at Claridges Hotel, London which was hosted by Spectrum Geo Ltd on behalf of the Federal Government of Somalia. Following a co-operation agreement with the Somali Government in 2015, Spectrum had acquired ...

CHC

Community Health Clubs in Africa Continuing healthcare Community health council Columbia Health Care Centro Hospitalar de Coimbra C.H.C., a hospital complex in Coimbra, Portugal Community health center

Eyes of Sibiu

The Eyes of Sibiu is a name given to the iconic eye-shaped roof windows of Sibius houses. Sibiu, which was designated the European Capital of Culture for 2007, lies in Transylvania, a region of Romania. The eyes, which are a symbol and a tourist ...

Red plague

Red plague can refer to the following diseases: Smallpox Erysipelas Vibriosis, a systemic bacterial infection of marine and estuarine fishes, caused by the Vibrio genus. Also known as red pest, red boil, or saltwater furunculosis. It can also hav ...

Inkerman (disambiguation)

Inkerman, Pennsylvania, a village in the United States Inkerman, Renfrewshire, a mining hamlet in Scotland Inkerman, a town in Crimea and the site of the Battle of Inkerman Inkerman, Queensland, a town in Australia Inkerman, South Australia, a to ...

Black Sea mutiny

The Black Sea mutiny was a mutiny that took place aboard various ships of the French Navy - among others the battleships Jean Bart, France, and Provence - which had been dispatched to the Black Sea as part of the French-led Southern Russia interv ...

Network (Russia)

Network” allegedly was an anti-government anarchist organization active in Russia in 2015–2017. Its members were arrested in 2017 and sentenced on February 10, 2020 by the Russian military court in Penza to prison terms from six to 18 years. Dmit ...

SIAC

SIAC is an acronym used by several bodies: State Institute for Administrative Career, Mumbai, see Government Colleges Hostel, Mumbai Securities Industry Automation Corporation Sistema Integrado de Artilleria de Campaña, General Dynamics Santa Bar ...

Maritime border dispute between Kenya and Somalia

The maritime border dispute between Kenya and Somalia has escalated since the International Conference on Somali Oil and Gas and at the African Oil and Power Conference in Cape Town, South Africa in October 2019. The Somali Minister of Petroleum ...

Tehran (disambiguation)

Tehran Province of Iran Tehran Metro Pas Tehran, an Iranian football club Tehrans Grand Bazaar Tehran University Tehranpars Tehran International Fair Tehran TV Tehran, the capital city of Iran Tiran, Iran, a city in Isfahan Province Tehran Conference

International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology

The IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology is an annual IEEE conference related to security technology, with a particular focus on physical security, biometrics, information security, threat detection, and cyber security. T ...

Diyasaru Park

Diyasaru Park, is 60 acre urban wetland park located in Thalawathugoda area of Sri Jayawardanapura, Colombo District, Sri Lanka. It comprises a range of wetland habitats such as marshes, flooded woodlands, lakes, and ponds. It is governed by Sri ...

WTCC

WTCC may refer to: World Touring Car Championship, an international motor racing championship for Touring Cars, organised by the FIA Wake Technical Community College a two-year college located in Raleigh, North Carolina USA World Trade and Conven ...

SLC

School Leaving Certificate Nepal, Secondary level final examination in Nepal Student Loans Company, UK Small Learning Community St. Lawrence College, Ontario SUNY Libraries Consortium Sarah Lawrence College, NY St Laurences College, private Catho ...

Tamil protests

Tamil protests can refer to several mass protests involving Tamils in India and Sri Lanka and/or the Tamil diaspora: Protests against the Sri Lankan Civil War 2008-09 Protests against the Sri Lankan Civil War in Canada 2008-09 2017 Tamil Nadu Far ...

Ayudha Porattam

Ayudha Porattam is a Tamil-language action drama film directed by actor Jai Akash and starring himself, Preethi Minal and Anita Reddy in the lead roles.